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bbPress 0.8 “Desmond” Released!

Published on February 8th, 2007 by Michael Adams (mdawaffe)

After some “last minute” bug squashing, here we are: another new bbPress release ready for download. bbPress “Desmond” 0.8. In addition to some features we already mentioned on the blog (here’s a few to recap): Forum deletion Multibyte tags Custom locations for themes, plugins and config.php Multiple theme support there’s a couple new ones that […]

bbPress 0.75

Published on January 15th, 2007 by Michael Adams (mdawaffe)

Because of a PHP bug, we recently discovered that a small number of bbPress users are prone to a security vulnerability. Only users of certain versions of PHP and with certain server configurations are at risk, but encourage everyone to upgrade to the newly released bbPress 0.75 regardless. Get downloadin’! To see what’s new, check […]

bbPress 0.74

Published on January 6th, 2007 by Michael Adams (mdawaffe)

After a month of waiting, bbPress 0.74 is finally available for download. Even if it did take a while, we’ve fixed a several important things. Aditya has a great overview of the changes, but here’s a few of the bigger ones. init hook has been changed to bb_init for better compatibility with WordPress. When users […]

bbPress 0.73

Published on October 27th, 2006 by Michael Adams (mdawaffe)

After a couple of weeks of kicking the tires, we’ve decide we’ve fixed enough bugs to put out a new version of bbPress. So here it is: 0.73, the latest in the bbPress “Bix” series. The changes in brief: Improved rewrite rules generation Template cleanup Much better support for non-English forums including support for right-to-left […]

bbPress 0.72

Published on October 14th, 2006 by Michael Adams (mdawaffe)

The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived. bbPress has officially been released, and we’re calling it 0.72: Bix. 0.72 after WordPress’ auspicious beginnings, and Bix for Bix Beiderbecke‘s inspiring sound and really hep name. We think this release is pretty swell, and we can only imagine you’ll have plenty to say about it. […]

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